Cinnful & Sweet: Win a pair of VIP tickets to Tuaca Cinnaster party in Denver tonight

Are you feeling naughty or nice this holiday season? The answer could be a combo of both, if you attend the Cinnful & Sweet Party tonight, December 12, at the Dive Inn, 1380 South Broadway, where Cinnaster -- the new cinnamon-flavored liqueur from Tuaca Liqueur -- will be launched in Colorado. And in a definitely nice deal, we're giving out a pair of VIP tickets to the party.

See also: - Chilling at the Pepsi Center's Tuaca Chill Zone - Slide show: the Tuaca Body Art Ball at the Ogden

Cinnaster is only the second product in the Tuaca line; the company promises that it "combines the daring taste of cinnamon with the exceptionally smooth vanilla and citrus flavor of Tuaca."

You can try it for yourself at the Dive Inn tonight. The party starts at 9 p.m., and the VIP tickets will gain you entrance to a private room, where you'll be able to eat and drink free until midnight, then receive a goodie bag to take home.

Interested? Colorado competes with just one other state as tops for Tuaca popularity. First person (over twenty) to name that state in the comments section below gets the pair of VIP tickets. And come back to this blog later to learn how Tuaca became so popular in Colorado.

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